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    Default Cincinnati No. 2 horiz plain crank and ball handles, source?

    Need source for 755ce8e3-718e-4864-a0e6-d06ba5efde81.jpg755ce8e3-718e-4864-a0e6-d06ba5efde81.jpg755ce8e3-718e-4864-a0e6-d06ba5efde81.jpg755ce8e3-718e-4864-a0e6-d06ba5efde81.jpga few black plastic ball handles with female threaded steel mating insert. Also need one crank for the two crank sockets on left lower part of mill, as shown,in pic.
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    Donor mill or make them on the crank. Example thumbnails
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    Say thread requirement for the KNOBS and I will see what is in the collection - which are all black and plastic - with metallic inserts for threads

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    John, yes, I’m happy to call them knobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannonmn View Post
    John, yes, I’m happy to call them knobs.
    And size needed as to threads?

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    John, if you have dozens with various dia/pitch fem fittings, sure I’d be selective, can get meas. Tomorrow. If u have 6 knobs only, with different mating holes, I’d gladly adapt all non-fitting ones. Anyway I’ll measure tomorrow and post results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannonmn View Post
    Need source for a few black plastic ball handles with female threaded steel mating insert. Also need one crank for the two crank sockets on left lower part of mill, as shown,in pic.
    John,
    Probably, the threaded insert should not be a strict requirement. I have several machines with plastic thread that survived undamaged half a century or more of abuse.
    If John Oder fails to find what you want among his collection, McMaster-Carr has a good selection of new ones and they're fairly cheap: McMaster-Carr

    Paolo

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    3/8-24 is the way the levers needing knobs are threaded. I need three only at this time but would take 4 to have a spare if you have enuf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannonmn View Post
    3/8-24 is the way the levers needing knobs are threaded. I need three only at this time but would take 4 to have a spare if you have enuf.
    I'll crawl up in the barn and see what's there

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    4 ea NOS in BLACK plastiic with steel 3/8-24 insert - which shows some rust. Probably need to run in a tap to clean them up

    These are 2" balls - may look a little clunky on a #2 mill

    Too fat for for SFR box, so you get to pay for a medium

    PM a mailing address if wanted

    You get to decide if they are worth more than the cost to ship them

    I see McMaster Carr has a broad choice of them for very little $ each
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    Thx John, will research a few min. Worth, look at McCarr, and get back 2 u.

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    John, sent u a pm days ago, u get it?

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    John, sent u a pm days ago, u get it?
    Replied on the 26th at 7:28 PM

    Here is that message

    Sounds fine to me John

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    I'll get them packed up over the weekend
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